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The word “ally” has made its way into many of our vocabularies, but do we know what exactly it means to be an active ally, rather than staying passive and calling ourselves allies? If we want to see change, we need to not only be allies but also do more. It’s about having skin in the game. It’s time to stop saying we believe in equality and start taking action. That’s how we create impact. -- Mobilize Women Week 2020 is live from August 24th-28th. Visit www.ellevatenetwork.com/summit to register for a multi-day experience designed as a space for authentic, courageous, and fresh conversations.

2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment granting (primarily white women) the right to vote. We’ve seen lots of changes on women taking up political roles, running for office, and making our mark, yet there are still issues specifically impacting women that have not been resolved or addressed. -- Mobilize Women Week 2020 is live from August 24th-28th. Visit www.ellevatenetwork.com/summit to register for a multi-day experience designed as a space for authentic, courageous, and fresh conversations.

Technology plays a major part in our daily lives, and in some cases, it has been used to increase access to opportunities for minorities. Think of tools that allow for blind resume reviews or AI used for bias training. But what happens in so many other cases when the technology we’ve come to depend on is built with inherent bias? Is it helping or hurting? Join us for a panel of AI experts: - Rumman Chowdhury, Ph.D., Global Lead for Responsible AI, Accenture Applied Intelligence - Megan Smith, CEO shift7, Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer (2014-17) - Karen Hao, Senior AI Reporter, MIT Technology Review Click here for resources shared by the panel: https://www.one-tab.com/page/mi9LsfBSSoqBUMxMiRXeYQ --- Mobilize Women Week 2020 is live from August 24th-28th. Visit www.ellevatenetwork.com/summit to register for a multi-day experience designed as a space for authentic, courageous, and fresh conversations.

With the rise of consumer and employee advocacy, conscious capitalism, generational shifts, and more, how can businesses stay relevant? Join us for fireside chats between NY1 Anchorwoman Kristen Shaughnessy and Sandra Campos, Founder of Fashion Launchpad and former CEO of Diane von Furstenberg, and Neil Blumenthal, CEO of Warby Parker, as well as an action speech by Sallie Krawcheck, Chair of Ellevate Network and CEO of Ellevest. Mobilize Women Week 2020 is live from August 24-28. Visit www.ellevatenetwork.com/summit to register for a multi-day experience designed as a space for authentic, courageous, and fresh conversations.

What are the leading companies doing to make sure they are attracting and retaining their top talent? From flexible and remote work, to family friendly policies, fair pay, and space for employees to feel like there is room to bring their whole selves to work, companies who put humans at the center of their culture can be sure to harness the benefits that a diverse workforce can bring to the table. -- Mobilize Women Week 2020 is live from August 24-28. Visit www.ellevatenetwork.com/summit to register for a multi-day experience designed as a space for authentic, courageous, and fresh conversations.

According to Mental Health America, while 1 in 5 people will suffer mental health illness in their lifetime, everyone faces challenges at some point or another that have an impact on their mental health. With everything going on in the world now, many of us are experiencing feelings of stress, fear, anxiety, and isolation. It’s time to break the taboo. Our featured speakers: - Linda Fried, MD, MPH, Dean, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University - Dr. Nicole Cammack, Co-Founder and CEO, Black Mental Wellness Corp. - Roni Frank, Co-founder and Head of Clinical Services, Talkspace - Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran, Physician & Writer -- Mobilize Women Week 2020 is live from August 24-28. Visit www.ellevatenetwork.com/summit to register for a multi-day experience designed as a space for authentic, courageous, and fresh conversations.

If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the recent months, it is that things change, and it can happen fast. Sometimes we face big, unexpected circumstances in our lives that make us reevaluate our priorities. When this happens, how do you get back to a new normal? How can we be better as a support system when there are people in our lives going through big changes? -- Mobilize Women Week 2020 is live from August 24-28. Visit www.ellevatenetwork.com/summit to register for a multi-day experience designed as a space for authentic, courageous and fresh conversations.

from the Mobilize Women Summit 2018 featuring Allison Green, Senior Vice President, Diversity, Inclusion and Employee Engagement, Lincoln Financial Group Commissioner Charlotte A. Burrows, Commissioner, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Joy Fitzgerald, CDO, Eli Lilly and Company Kristy Wallace, CEO of Ellevate Network We believe in the power of diversity. Unfortunately, the conversation around diversity falls short. If a diverse team is built, how do you make sure that it keeps growing, evolving and that those diverse voices actually have a say in the future of your company? The answer is a change of focus from diversity to inclusion.

Get an inside look at the inspiring stage of Ellevate Network's annual Mobilize Women Summit. For more information on Mobilize Women 2020, visit the www.ellevatenetwork.com/events/10214 or find Annual Mobilize Women Summit under Events on the navigation bar.

See the recording of the Lunchtime workshop from the #MobilizeWomen Summit 2019, “Is Your Financial House in Order?” This event took place at the Metropolitan West in New York City, and was sponsored by Prudential Financial, Inc. Date: June 21, 2019

Have you taken a career break or are you contemplating one at some point in your professional trajectory? Did you know that it’s very common? As many as one third of college-educated women take a career break and eighty-four percent of millennial women foresee having one at some point in their professional lives. When women return to work they often face obstacles such as age discrimination, gender bias, bias against mothers, and the gender pay gap. The good news is that these barriers are not insurmountable, especially if you are prepared. There are incredible opportunities for women to utilize this untapped potential by giving back in their next chapter through a career in the growing social impact sector. Join Judy Schoenberg and Linda Lautenberg, the leadership of the Return with Purpose Programming at Inspiring Capital for a unique webinar experience to catalyze your career for good in 2019! Learn about an exciting opportunity to invest in YOU in the new year with the Return with Purpose Summit on January 10, 2019.

This month, we are streaming our favorite #MobilizeWomen Summit 2018 segments every Thursday so that you can relive the amazing moments from wherever you are. It's not too late to be a part of the #MobilizeWomen conversation, pre-register now to watch our replay and find something that will inspire you to take action today. If you or your company is interested in sponsoring #MobilizeWomen 2019, contact us at corporate@ellevatenetwork.com